Katie Cammarata, Newsy

Katie Cammarata


Missouri, United States

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Past articles by Katie:

Justice Department Sues Yale University Over Admissions Process

The lawsuit accuses school of factoring in race when deciding on potential students. → Read More

Appellate Panel Says Census Count Can Continue Through End Of October

The Trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to put a hold on the panel's injunction while it appeals. → Read More

President Says U.S. Troops In Afghanistan Should Be Home By Christmas

In February, the U.S. and Afghanistan came to an agreement that would withdraw forces from the country by next May. → Read More

Delta Strengthens To Hurricane

Forecasters think Delta will make landfall in the U.S. later this week somewhere between Louisiana and Florida. → Read More

Delta Strengthens To Hurricane

Forecasters think Delta will make landfall in the U.S. later this week somewhere between Louisiana and Florida. → Read More

President Donald Trump, Melania Trump Test Positive For Coronavirus

President Trump said they would begin their "quarantine and recovery process immediately." → Read More

CDC Extends Cruise Ship No Sail Order

The order prevents cruise ships from leaving port through the end of October. → Read More

Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Promise For Older Adults In A Study

Moderna researchers published a safety study that said the vaccine provided older adults with levels of antibodies similar to younger people. → Read More

New Yorkers Receive Mail-In Ballot Envelopes Marked Incorrectly

A local outlet reported voters got return envelopes with an incorrect name and address. → Read More

Ohio Governor To Bring In National Guard For Presidential Debate

Gov. Mike DeWine said the National Guard will make sure the debate is a safe event for people attending the debate. → Read More

Seattle Officer On Leave After Video Shows Walking Bike Over Protester

It happened Wednesday night when protests began. The footage shows a group of officers moving toward a crowd. → Read More

Chad Wolf: White Supremacists Most Dangerous Internal Threat To U.S.

A whistleblower said Wolf and department leaders tried to censor information to downplay the threat of Russia and the severity of white supremacy. → Read More

Protests Erupt Across U.S. After Decision In The Breonna Taylor Case

Protests come after a grand jury announced wanton endangerment charges for one officer involved in Breonna Taylor's death. → Read More

Firefighters Start Getting Better Handle On Blazes In The West

The historic fires have torched more than 3 million acres in California since last month, and in Oregon and Washington, more than 1.7 million acres. → Read More

Intelligence Officials To Provide In-Person Briefings On Interference

Previously, the office of the director of national intelligence said it would stop the meetings because of concerns over leaked information. → Read More

WTO Says U.S. Tariffs On China Don't Align With Its Trade Rules

The WTO said the U.S. did not provide enough evidence to justify the taxes, despite the U.S.' argument that China stole intellectual property. → Read More

Rochester, NY, Mayor Fires Police Chief Over Response To Prude's Death

The move comes after a review of the city's role in Daniel Prude's death. → Read More

CDC Using New Method To Report Coronavirus Death Rates

The CDC will now report the death ratio by age. → Read More

CDC Makes Changes To International Air Travel Restrictions

Starting Monday, passengers coming into the U.S. from certain countries will no longer need to be directed to one of 15 airports. → Read More

House Intelligence Committee Wants To Hear From DHS Whistleblower

A Department of Homeland Security whistleblower says department leaders pushed him to change intelligence reports to appease the president. → Read More